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Banned Books Week

Updated: 09/29/2005 - Imagine if your favorite book was gone from your local library's shelves, solely based on its topic.

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Wausau Police Chief to Retire

Updated: 09/28/2005 - After 17 years on the job, Wausau Police Chief Bill Brandimore says the time is right for him to retire.

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Cuddly Donations for Hurricane Survivors

Updated: 09/28/2005 - Hurricanes Katrina and Rita ripped away businesses, neighborhoods and many comforts of home, but a Stevens Point family is working to give children uprooted by the storms something to hold onto.

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Revenge of the Beetles

Updated: 09/28/2005 - Get ready for swarms of Asian beetles before too long.

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ATC to Spend Billions on Power Upgrades

Updated: 09/28/2005 - American Transmission Company says it's going to spend $3.5 billion over the next 10 years to upgrade the state's power system.

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DNA Bill Pushes Through Legislature

Updated: 09/28/2005 - A proposal that'd make crime labs in our state hurry up with DNA tests that could get prisoners off the hook is closer to reality Wednesday (September 28, 2005) morning.

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Driver's License Bill Advances

Updated: 09/28/2005 - A new proposal that'd make you prove you're a legal U.S. resident before you get your driver's license has passed the state Assembly.

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Returning From the Gulf

Updated: 09/28/2005 - A local Salavation Army captain is just back from the helping people in the Gulf Coast get their lives back in order.

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New Car Scent: Hazardous to Your Health?

Updated: 09/28/2005 - You can't beat the smell of a brand new car, but some surprising new research says that new car scent can actually lead to some more serious health problems.

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As Seen on Page 2: Pet Hazards

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Common household items in your refrigerator, under your sink and in your closet could be toxic to your pet.

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Changes to Seat Belt Law?

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Your kids may be forced to use a booster seat unless you want to break the law.

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Fatal Drowning?

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Authorities in Vilas County are investigating what they call a possible drowning in the Town of Boulder Junction.

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Charity Meal

Updated: 09/27/2005 - Get yourself a Big Mac Tuesday (September 27, 2005) from the McDonald's on Eighth Street in Wisconsin Rapids.

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Smoke-Free Bradley Center

Updated: 09/27/2005 - The next concert or Bucks game or whatever at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee will be smoke-free. It will take effect this Saturday.

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Meth Summit in Rhinelander

Updated: 09/27/2005 - There will be some serious talk in the northwoods Tuesday (September 27, 2005) about methamphetamine.

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Driver Friendly Mall Impacts Businesses

Updated: 09/27/2005 - After months of construction work that made Wausau's old pedestrian mall open to vehicles, shop owners are just beginning to see the impact of the driver-friendly mall.

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Nationally the Crime Is Low, But Not the Same in Wausau Area

Updated: 09/26/2005 - Despite all the looting and chaos that's been going on because of the hurricanes, the country's crime rate is down, the lowest it's been in the last 30 years according to a recent USA Today poll. We spoke with some local law enforcement departments to see how accurate the study's findings are about Central Wisconsin.

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Lt. Gov. Visiting the Area

Updated: 09/26/2005 - Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton will be in Merrill Monday (September 26, 2005) to talk about Gov. Doyle's economic plan.

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It's Family Day

Updated: 09/26/2005 - Do your best to eat dinner as a family Monday (September 26, 2005) night.

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Training Seminar for Hurricane Assistance

Updated: 09/26/2005 - Again, like Katrina, you can help in the cleanup efforts in the south, but you have to be trained by the Red Cross, and you can take care of that Monday (September 26, 2005).

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